As a bull that has been bled and hurt by picadores and banderilleros charges a matador with fresh power and fury,* Russia's lumbering Army, baffled and beaten at Suomussalmi last fortnight, last week hurled itself against the Finns in another sector. Strengthened by reinforcements, a division that had dug itself in near Salla on the north-central front began moving westward, heading for Kemijärvi, which a small Russian force occupied momentarily in the first week of the war (TIME, Dec. 18). The Finns gave way. By week's end the Russians were within 13...

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